Guarantor Scheme Survey

Robert Gordon University Students' Union (RGU:Union) would like to find out how rent guarantor schemes work for student at RGU.

This survey will not last more than 10 mins to complete and feedback generated will go along way to help the Union understand how well a guarantor scheme will work out for student and whether we should explore alternatives.

In accordance with GDPR, feedback generated here will be treated as confidential and anonymous and will only be used to inform the University on rent guarantor scheme. On no occasion will your information be shared with third party and no student will be identifiable in any of reports that we may produce about the feedback.

By completing this survey, the Union will take this as expressing your permission for us to use your data and in the way described above.

You can as well cancel your permission for us to use your data at any time by contacting the Union through PresCD@rguunion.co.uk

Thank you for participating in this survey. Your response will go a long way to create a massive change at the Robert Gordon University.

 

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